Mr. Patel concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, representing individuals and business entities in complex state and federal court matters. His experience includes contractual disputes related to the enforcement of operating agreements, restrictive covenants and other contracts, as well as oppressed shareholder cases, partnership disputes and the consumer fraud claims.
Mr. Patel drafts and argues motions for summary judgment and other dispositive motions, and has experience in drafting pleadings, settlement agreements, discovery requests and responses, the deposition process, and in assisting in internal investigations. He has also represented clients in alternative dispute resolution forums, including mediation and arbitration proceedings.
- Rescue Mission of Trenton, Board of Directors
More Activities & Experience
- While attending law school, Mr. Patel served as a legal intern in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of New Jersey, where his work included assisting in a RICO case against a Newark street gang, an international drug transportation case, a healthcare fraud matter, and a mortgage fraud case
- Law school activities included the Seton Hall Legislative Journal (Executive Editor), the Seton Hall Lwa Center for Social Justice's Equal Justice Clinic, and the Seton Hall Mock Trial Board
- As an undergraduate, Mr. Patel received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award and interned at the White House in the Office of Public Engagement
Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., 2018
George Washington University, B.A., 2013
- New Jersey, 2018